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Published on 08.21.08 by Brent Trahan

Connect to a Computer Using Remote Desktop Using a Non-Standard Port

How-to connect to a computer using Remote Desktop using the non-standard port (3389).

When you type the computer name or IP address in the Remote Desktop Connection window, type a colon (:) followed by the non-standard port number used to connect to that computer with Remote Desktop.

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  1. Tariq says:

    What is the short cut command of remote desktop ?

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